Learn the secrets behind creating engaged, successful teams and transforming your work relations with Rising Team CEO and founder, Jennifer Dulski.
The Jake Dunlap Show
Today on the Jake Dunlap Show, we are joined by Jennifer Dulski, CEO and founder of Rising Team. With an impressive career working for giants of the tech industry like Facebook, Google and Yahoo, Jennifer reveals her secrets to creating engaged, successful teams and transforming your work relations. We talk about the source of her power and inspiration (her strong parents and the people and stories that she witnessed while growing up) and her take on how leadership has evolved in our current times. Time stamps: 00:46- Introducing Jennifer Dulski; 01:45- Growing up in San Francisco in the 80s and getting exposure to different people and experiences have impacted her view of the world and became the inspiration for her later work; 07:55- College life, becoming National Champion as a Coxswain on the Women's Crew Team, and the start and motivation behind her career; 12:28- Her time at Yahoo, building her startup and after failing three times, managing to sell it to Google; 19:49- Making a difference- getting involved in the Change.org Foundation; 23:59- Creating Rising Team (a company that empowers managers to build more engaged, connected and successful teams) and her take on how “leadership” has evolved in current times; 30:01- Factors that lead to high-performing teams and high engaging employees (psychological safety, guiding people to understand and work towards their natural talents and making them feel appreciated); 36:28- Learning how to be a movement starter and transform your work relations- her book “Purposeful”. Quotes “I feel like growing up in San Francisco gave me what I call exposure privilege, you know being able to see and experience a lot of different things and backgrounds, and people. I also grew up in the 80s, in the AIDS crisis in San Francisco, which was really a pretty big part of my childhood (...).” “ I have this mantra I use in my life, which is “Every person is a teacher, every experience is a lesson.” You can look all around you and just see those lessons everywhere, and in fact,(...) the most popular piece that I wrote on Linkedin is a piece I wrote about my dad. It’s called “Don’t Work With Jerks- Five lessons I learned from my dad.” “ My mom was a multi-time cancer survivor and in her late 20s, she had surgery that ended up paralyzing half of her face. Imagine a woman in the 70s whose not even quite 5 feet tall with half her face paralyzed, trying to get into a new career, and she did it, after like 50 interviews she ended up getting a job as a compensation consultant and had a super successful career after that (...). As a female founder in tech, there are days that feel like that for me too.” “ The reason why I got into tech was because I loved making an impact, I could see it in the kids that were coming through this program that we were making an impact and at the same time, the scale was going to be very linear, I could raise twice as much money and we could serve just about twice the students and at this time it was the dawning of the internet and I just saw it and I thought, this is where the scale of impact is, I have to get into tech cause this is how you reach more people.” “Just so people don’t only hear like the pretty, fancy side of selling a startup, that company probably failed at least three times before we succeeded. I sometimes call myself too stubborn to fail because I think a lot of people would have just gone home.” ______________________________ Get in contact with Jennifer: Rising Team Website Linkedin Twitter Facebook Her book- Purposeful ______________________________ Mentions: AIDS crisis Top Gun: Maverick Yahoo Facebook Google Change.org a worldwide petition website, based in California, US, operated by the San Francisco-based company of the same name, which has over 400 million usersand offers the public the ability to promote the petitions they care about to potential signers, including 196 countries which are "creating change" in their communities. More info on Change.org: Website Twitter Facebook Wikipedia __________________________ Follow Jake: Website Instagram LinkedIn Twitter
Saying Yes, Fearing Less, and Climbing the Mountain with Jennifer Dulski
The Foreseeable Now
Global leadership expert Jennifer Dulski is the founder and CEO of Rising Team, a leadership development platform that creates and provides tools and training, through "blending experience and science to help leaders at all levels ensure people on their teams feel valued, motivated, and connected" - especially in our present remote and hybrid work realities that we've all been trying to understand and re-imagine. We talk about values, vision, vulnerability, and how a single moment at any time of our lives can shift our thinking and set us off on a course that changes the rest of our lives. And the lives of others. Read Jennifer Dulski's bestselling book ~Purposeful: Are You a Manager or a Movement Starter? Find out more about Rising Team ~https://risingteam.com/
Leadership Conversation - Episode 159 with Jennifer Dulski
Name: Jennifer DulskiCurrent title : CEO & Founder Current organisation: Rising Team Jennifer Dulski has a wide range of executive experience including leadership roles at Facebook, Google and Yahoo!, and founder, CEO and president roles at early stage and scaling startups. She is currently CEO and founder of Rising Team, a SaaS company that empowers managers to build more engaged, connected, and successful teams. Prior to Rising Team, she led Facebook Groups, used by more than 1.5 billion people each month to create and participate in communities that matter to them. Her team was responsible for envisioning, building and growing the Groups product. She also led the 2019 redesign of Facebook, “FB5,” to put communities at the center of the app. Before Facebook, Dulski was president & COO of Change.org, a social enterprise company that empowers people to create campaigns for change. Under her leadership, Change.org grew 10x, from 18 million users to 180 million, developed a profitable business model, rebuilt its tech stack and supported thousands of successful campaigns globally.As an early Yahoo! Employee, she held a variety of roles over 9 years there, and ultimately led one of six business units as group VP & GM of Local and Marketplaces. She left Yahoo! to become co-founder and CEO of The Dealmap, a location-based deals app that Google acquired in 2011, making her the first woman entrepreneur to sell a company to Google. She was a product leader at Google for nearly 2 years before joining Change.She has deep board experience in public and private companies and non-profit boards and currently serves on the boards of WW, formerly Weight Watchers (NASDAQ: WW) and the Change.org Foundation. Her previous board experience includes roles on two other public company boards, Move, Inc. (NASDAQ: MOVE) until its acquisition by NewsCorp and TEGNA (NYSE: TGNA) where she resigned due to potential conflict with Facebook.Dulski writes about leadership for LinkedIn Influencers, Fortune, Forbes, and Huffington Post and serves as a lecturer in management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her first book, Purposeful, about how each of us can be a movement starter, was published by Penguin Portfolio in 2018 and is a Wall Street Journal Bestseller.Resources mentioned in this episode:Free Download of The Leadership Survival Guide (10 World-Class Leaders Reveal Their Secrets)https://store.consultclarity.org/leadership-survival-guide-10-world-class-leaders-reveal-their-secrets1625572748028The Leadership Conversations Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/4IB6V41kr4GVJ98XLHMPeCThe Jonno White Leadership Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/2p8rvWrYW2XNLl9Z8m3pTsThe Leadership Question of the Day Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/6eZ4lZ2bgA8aczPKY4Oqw6Clarity Websitehttps://www.consultclarity.org/7 Questions on Leadership Serieshttps://www.consultclarity.org/large-enterprises-leadershipWe'd Love To Interview YOU In Our 7 Questions On Leadership Series!https://www.consultclarity.org/7-questions-interestSubscribe To Clarity's Mailing Listhttps://www.consultclarity.org/subscribeJonno White's eBook Step Up or Step Outhttps://store.consultclarity.org/step-up-or-step-out-sales-page1640131063671Jonno White's Book Step Up or Step Out (Amazon)https://www.amazon.com/Step-Up-Out-Difficult-Conflict-ebook/dp/B0925MB4SR
20 - Left Foot, Right Foot, Breathe with Rising Team's Jennifer Dulski
The Commander-In-Chief Podcast
Your host, Yuri Kruman, talks with Jennifer Dulski of Rising Team. Lead happy and successful remote and hybrid teams using tools to easily run team sessions that increase connection, develop leadership, and drive team effectivenessTo learn more about Jennifer's work, visit https://risingteam.com/If you'd like to be a guest on The Commander-In-Chief Podcast, click HERE
In this episode of THE TALENT DEVELOPMENT HOT SEAT, Andy welcomes Jennifer Dulski to the show. She is the CEO and founder of Rising Team, a SaaS company that has leaders develop more connected and successful teams by equipping them with tools to run plug-and-play team-building workshops on key leadership concepts.Jennifer Dulski has been leading teams for more than 20 years as an executive at both big tech startups and scaling startups, including Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and Change.org. Her lifelong passion is centered around empowering people to reach their full potential. In addition to her role at Rising Team, she currently teaches management at Stanford Graduate School of Business, serves on several boards, and writes about leadership and the future of work as a LinkedIn influence. Her first book, Purposeful, about how each of us can be movement starters is a Wall Street Journal bestseller.In this bonus interview, you’ll hear:7. Jennifer Dulski’s biggest career accomplishment and why she’s so proud of it.8. Why she tries to view her failures as lessons and spins them into something to build upon.9. One of her biggest failures that stands out and how that impacted the work she’s doing today.10. What she sees as one of the biggest challenges in talent development today.11. The trend that she finds so interesting at the moment.12. Her favorite business book and why she believes you need to read it.13. The advice Jennifer Dulski would give to anyone looking to advance their career.Connect with Andy Storch here:andystorch.comlinkedin.com/in/andystorchtdtt.us/Connect with Jennifer Dulski:linkedin.com/in/jdulskirisingteam.com
How to Retain Talent During the Great Resignation with Jennifer Dulski
Talent Development Hot Seat
In this episode of THE TALENT DEVELOPMENT HOT SEAT, Andy welcomes Jennifer Dulski to the show. She is the CEO and founder of Rising Team, a SaaS company that has leaders develop more connected and successful teams by equipping them with tools to run plug-and-play team-building workshops on key leadership concepts.Jennifer Dulski has been leading teams for more than 20 years as an executive at both big tech startups and scaling startups, including Facebook, Google, Yahoo, and Change.org. Her lifelong passion is centered around empowering people to reach their full potential. In addition to her role at Rising Team, she currently teaches management at Stanford Graduate School of Business, serves on several boards, and writes about leadership and the future of work as a LinkedIn influence. Her first book, Purposeful, about how each of us can be movement starters is a Wall Street Journal bestseller.In this interview, you’ll hear:Jennifer Dulski’s background in tech and what she learned from some very powerful companies about forming powerful teams.Why she believes personality assessments and work and learning styles can be an important piece of building a successful team.The core issues she sees with the Great Resignation and how employers may be underestimating the things that employees really care about.What employees really care about and how you can begin to incorporate those values within your team.How you can address problems with leadership in order to give people opportunities and a reason to stay at their current job.Jennifer Dulski’s advice for managers who want to retain team members during the Great Resignation.Connect with Andy Storch here:andystorch.comlinkedin.com/in/andystorchtdtt.us/Connect with Jennifer Dulski:linkedin.com/in/jdulskirisingteam.com
Creating Future Leaders with Jennifer Dulski, Founder and CEO of Rising Team
Ask A CEO
In this week’s episode of the Ask A CEO Podcast, Greg Demetriou is joined by Jennifer Dulski, Founder and CEO of Rising Team. They discuss Jennifer’s twenty-five-plus years of leadership and management journey, the tips on creating the right equation between the leader and the team members, and how Rising Team helps leaders and organizations grow.
The Use Case Podcast: Storytelling about Rising Team with Jennifer Dulski
The Use Case with William Tincup by RecruitingDaily
This week we have storytelling about Rising Team with Jennifer Dulski. During this episode, Jennifer and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing Rising Team.Jennifer is an expert in all things leadership and management. Her passion for helping people understand the core skills that it takes to be a great leader really comes through during the podcast.
#135 How Jennifer Dulski is Helping Managers Become Coaches
Meant For It
Jennifer Dulski has had a dream career in senior technology roles including executive leadership roles at Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, and as a founder, CEO and president for early stage startups. Jennifer’s latest project is Rising Team, where she is CEO and founder. Rising Team provides tools, data and community to turn managers into successful coaches, a role Jennifer has mastered throughout her impressive career. A few highlights from Jennifer’s career path include: leading Facebook Groups, where her team was responsible building and growing the Groups product. While Jennifer was president & COO of change.org, the organization grew 10x, from 18 million users to 180 million and developed a profitable business model. Jennifer left a senior level role at Yahoo! to become co-founder and CEO of The Dealmap, a location-based deals app that Google acquired in 2011. In this conversation, Jennifer walks us through several milestones on her career path, the decision making framework she has used throughout her roles and the mindset that has helped her succeed and actively seek new challenges. We also discuss Jennifer’s early influences and the confidence she gained from being a coxswain for the boy’s high school crew team. After this conversation, you may be persuaded to say yes to more opportunities that come your way and to try Jennifer’s “IICDTICDA” principle towards your next project. If you want to learn more about Jennifer, order her book, Purposeful: Are You a Manager or a Movement Starter, where Jennifer shares stories about her own experiences, inspiring stories of social change leaders and what she has learned about starting movements. Follow us @iwhjpodcast Please share this episode with a friend!
Jennifer Dulski: Accelerating The Future of Work In Digital Transformation By Reinventing Teams
The Rozy Effect Show
How do you take the strategies you’re currently employing in the midst of this digital disruption, to reinvent yourself and your teams? Our guest this week, Jennifer Dulski, is the CEO and founder of Rising Team, a company that provides data and...